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Monday morning trivia — post Cal

NCAA Football: California at Washington State James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

WSU fans were barely finished exhaling following the narrow win against California before the attention already turned to Colorado.

The Cougars and Buffaloes have had a back-and-forth history since Colorado joined the Pac-12, alternating wins in each meeting. The Cougars won last year, so hopefully that back-and-forth streak ends this year.

While the entire roster has turned over since WSU’s first win against Colorado as a Pac-12 foe, there are several Cougs with experience against the Buffs. Including a few who have found the end zone.

Q1: Name the four Cougars on the current roster who have scored a touchdown against Colorado.

With the win against California, the Cougars have now won 12 straight games at home. That streak isn’t on the line this week, but is the second-longest in WSU history.

Q2: Who was the WSU head coach the only time the Cougars had a longer home winning streak?



Evergreen takeover: UW Huskies, WSU Cougars are the only Pac-12 teams ranked in AP Top 25 | The Seattle Times
Washington State, meanwhile, held at No. 10 after the Cougars’ 19-13 victory over California late Saturday.

When ball didn’t bounce Washington State’s way, Cougars stayed resilient in win over Cal | The Spokesman-Review
For No. 10 Washington State, Saturday night’s 19-13 win over California was all about weathering a storm. Multiple storms, actually.

Early afternoon kickoff set for Saturday’s game between No. 10 Washington State, Colorado | The Spokesman-Review
Washington State and its Hesiman Trophy candidate quarterback should have a large national television audience the next time they step on a football field.

Instareaction and grade the game: Cardiac Cal can’t close out Cougs, 19–13 - California Golden Blogs
The Bears lose a heartbreaker to the Cougars.


Behind 17 3-pointers, Washington State pounds New Hope Christian 138-63 in exhibition | The Spokesman-Review
The fresh nets at Beasley got plenty of use Sunday, as WSU pumped in 17 3-pointers – on 27 attempts – connecting on 62 percent from beyond the arc. Exhibition games aren’t counted officially, but the Cougars fell one 3 short of the school’s single-game record of 18.